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Interference

In the law of Patents, the presence of two pending applications, or an existing patent and a pending application that encompass an identical invention or discovery.

When interference exists, the Patent and Trademark Office conducts an investigation to ascertain the priority of invention between the conflicting applications, or the application and the patent. A patent is customarily granted to the earlier invention.

interference

noun antagonism, antipathy, bar, barrier, censure, check, collision, conflict, contravention, damper, disapproval, disturbance, encumbrance, fetter, frustration, hindrance, impediment, imposition, interception, intercession, intermediacy, interruption, intervention, intrusion, invasion, meddling, nuisance, obstruction, onus, opposition, resistance, restraint, setback, stricture, stumbling block
Associated concepts: contempt, frustration of contract, interrerence with contractual relations
See also: bar, barrier, burden, check, collision, conflict, damper, deterrence, deterrent, disadvantage, dispute, embargo, encroachment, encumbrance, fetter, filibuster, frustration, handicap, hiatus, hindrance, impediment, imposition, infringement, intercession, interruption, intervention, intrusion, invasion, mediation, molestation, nuisance, obstruction, onus, opposition, prohibition, resistance, restraint, veto
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The interferogram is reordered by a photo detector array (e.
wherein i and j are the azimuth and range coordinates of absolute interferogram after coarse sampling in step 1.
Then the normalized power spectral density of the spotlight SAR interferogram can be obtained by performing Fourier transform of (22)
p] is high, the peak of the interferogram appears in the right side of Figure 2, while if [z.
Similarly, we also created an interferogram for flat protrusion-free heat exchange areas located in the channel also in a forced convection.
However, no frequency dependence is mentioned, presumably because the loss for each interferogram cannot be dissected in these terms.
Upper contour image comes from an unwrapped 11-day interferogram from March 2014 (TSX) while the lower image is based on unwrapped 12-day interferogram from March 2015 (S1).
6 it is showns optical scheme for recording holographic interferograms of the vibrating spring: 1--vibrating spring; 2--high-frequency signal generator; 3--amplifier.
These modifications, described in the following sections, enable the use of lasers as sources of radiation; improve temperature, pressure and humidity monitoring; and enable digital interferogram acquisition and evaluation.
They then present chapters on digital image processing, fringe contouring and polynomial fitting, periodic signal phase detection and algorithm analysis, phase-shifting interferometry, spatial linear and circular carrier analysis, space-domain phase demodulation with a linear carrier, inteferogram analysis with Moire methods, interferogram analysis without a carrier, phase unwrapping, and wavefront curvature sensing.
First an interferogram was measured with the gas cell in the interferometer, and the angle of the quartz phase shifter was varied.
While a conventional Michelson interferometer produces an interferogram through mechanical changes of the path lengths, the static Mach-Zehnder interferometer generates an interferometric output signal as the wavelength of the tunable laser changes during a sweep.